Inserts That Will Stay in Flip Flops

Updated February 21, 2017

Flip flops can be detrimental to your feet, but there is a way to wear the shoes without hurting your soles. If you need support for your arches and your heels, you can place inserts into your flip flops for comfort. Inserts are usually designed for closed-toe shoes and sneakers, but now many companies are creating inserts for flip flop wearers. If you want to continue wearing your beloved flip flops, pick up a pair of flip flop inserts.

Summer Soles

Summer Soles are inserts designed for sandals and flip flops. These inserts are thin enough to fit into the flip flops and will not be seen outside of the shoe. Summer soles come in a variety of colours and designs. You can match the colour of your flip flops to the colour of the inserts. Summer Soles' inserts have a sticky back, which prevents the inserts from slipping off. Summer Soles can be purchased on their official website.

Liquicell Shoe Inserts

Liquicell Shoe Inserts are liquid-filled inserts that are thin enough to fit into flip flops. states that Liquicell Shoe Inserts can reduce friction and improve blood flow. These inserts stick onto the flip flop. Their peel-and-stick feature allows them to stay in place during wear.

Dr. Scholl's For Her Open Shoe Inserts

Dr. Scholl's is a leader in foot care and they have created inserts that fit into open shoes, such as flip flops. These inserts are filled with a gel that cushions your feet as you walk. Dr. Scholl's For Her Open Shoe Inserts are very thin, which makes the insert invisible outside of the shoe.

Piggy Pillows Flip Flop Inserts

Piggy Pillows Flip Flop Inserts are specifically designed for flip flops. Piggy Pillows inserts come in a variety of colours and designs. Piggy Pillows inserts fit around the thong of the flip flop for added comfort. These inserts stay in place because of the sticky backs.

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Based in New Jersey, Ashley Leonard has been writing professionally since 2007. Her articles have appeared on and various other websites. Leonard holds a Bachelor of Arts in communications from Marymount Manhattan College.